Do you have a project or an idea in mind, and you need a helping hand to make them a reality within your student club or society? The Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA) can help you bring them to fruition, particularly by providing you with funding through the Student Initiative Development and Solidarity Fund (FSDIE).

About the FSDIE

The Student Initiative Development and Solidarity Fund (FSDIE) is primarily intended to fund projects presented by student clubs & societies.

It is funded partly through the registration fees paid by students to their university. A proportion of this fund goes towards helping out struggling students – up to 30%.

FSDIE grants and benefits are analysed by an FSDIE committee within each institution and voted on by the Advisory Board for Programmes and University Life (CFVU).

To be eligible for funding, your project must fall into one of the following categories:

  • Culture (artistic or scientific).
  • Solidarity, volunteering in the community.
  • Environment, sustainable development.
  • Sport, health, disability.
  • and any initiative which contributes to a vibrant campus and student life.


How can you submit a project?

Thanks to a single project submission platform, all FSDIE applications can be centralised for examination by the UGA FSDIE committee and approved by the Advisory Board for Programmes and University Life (CFVU).

The platform is open from Sunday 15 May to Sunday 6 November 2016

Projects submitted during this period will be examined during the next FSDIE committee meeting on mars 2017.

Pour la commission FSDIE du 24 novembre 2016, vous pouvez déposer vos dossiers sur le plateforme jusqu'au dimanche 6 novembre à minuit.
Tous les dossiers incomplets ou déposés après cette date seront étudiés lors de la prochaine commission en mars 2017.

Access the UGA funding application platform

Under exceptional circumstances, because of the universities merger, clubs & societies may also submit their project after this date during this second cycle (applicable for projects taking place between January and April 2016). From the 2016-2017 academic year, we will return to the traditional procedure (with pre-project submission, based on budget estimates).